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yesiamBARIO
yesiamBARIO

I want a wiiu game that involves keeping four players awake while listening to a few game journalist describe how riveting Nintendo Land is.

ArabrockermanX
ArabrockermanX

This sounds interesting as a pack in game(tech demo basically).

espviper301
espviper301

Why does it seem like Nintendo has saturated their entire existence into oblivion?  Someone help me understand how people don't gripe about the 500 mario games that have been made in the past 26 years whereas if Microsoft was releasing Halo 15 on Xbox 1420 people would be having seizures complaining about letting a franchise die.

ioannisdenton
ioannisdenton

yeap.  keep pushing people to PC with this stupid kiddy japanese weird stuff, nintendoland? what was this in E3? Poeple wanted to see games. and you gaming journalists keep pushing console gaming to death. i WILL return to pc. and NO playing kiddy games is not fun.

Foppe
Foppe

The Wii U version of Wii Sports, I have no problem with this.

Jestersmiles
Jestersmiles

Nintendo crap, with Nintendo gimmicks.

g1rldraco7
g1rldraco7

Oh that does it, I will get the Wii U :P

QOSMSTR
QOSMSTR

So this will be like Welcome Park, only much better lol

michou007
michou007

wow i have hope that nintendo going up but now that suck bad

ZumaJones07
ZumaJones07

I highly doubt there are just 12 minigames

LaytonsCat
LaytonsCat

Baldy sounds pretty clueless about the whole game...  I thought it looked really impressive

ArabrockermanX
ArabrockermanX

 @Jestersmiles If this comes with the console I really don't see why any one would gripe about it... It is just a tech demo basically showing what the controller can do.

Gazz64
Gazz64

 @Jestersmiles

 If you don't like Nintendo then you probably shouldn't be posting on Nintendo articles. but don't forget all those nintendo 'Gimmicks' as you put it are now industry standards. D-pads, 360 degree anologue sticks, rumble packs, motion controls, and yes they were doing 3D before everyone else as well. As gamers we owe alot to the innovation Nintendo has given games